And of course the actual ad (how iPhone is super mega amazing) 🤷🏼♂️ but nice to see how they did it. And neat to see how tech evolved since my first iPhone 3G. What they fail to mention is the insane time it takes to film all that, and the post production editing… 😉
Yard Sale: Macbook Pro late 2013
For sale due to getting a portable Macbook:
- Late 2013 Macbook Pro (15.4″ Retina)
- 2.3Ghz i7 (quad core + Hyper-Threading)
- 16Gb RAM
- 512Gb SSD
- Intel Iris onboard GFX + Nvidia GeForce GT 750M PCE GFX
- BE-Azerty keyboard
- €2445,41 in 28 October 2013
- SUPER fast
- Minor scratch in the back of the LCD
- Minor (not very noticeable) corrosion at the right hand
- Weird scratch “smear” in LCD display (only visible on white background; about 2x2cm; to be honest it’s not really visible)
- Besides this very decent Macbook Pro, it has been used, but in very good shape for the extreme work it has committed. Taken care of this device as if it was my own child. And did I mention blazing fast?
Contact: [email protected]
Processor 2.3GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7
Memory 16GB 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
Flash Storage 512GB Flash Storage
Apple Thunderbolt to Enet Adpt Apple Thunderbolt to Enet Adpt Apple Thunderbolt to FW Adptr No FireWire Adapter
Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adptr No VGA Adapter
Keyboard and Documentation Keyboard/User’s Guide(Z)-BEL Country Kit Country Kit-INT
It’s a Macbook Pro !
“Smear” above “AGE” (really hard to see)
Scratch at the back (knocked it against a glass door at night in my old apartment)
Corrosion at the right hand (not left, don’t ask why — probably because I use the touch pad all the time).
Steve Jobs: How to live before you die
Fraps to iMovie
How to successfully import a movie recorded using Fraps into iMovie;
- Get Fraps, record whatever you want
- Get XviD4PSP (freeware) & install
- Import your avi files recorded using Fraps into XviD4PSP (drag & drop)
- Pick the encoding you want on the left. x264 q21 DXVA-SD-Insane seemed to be an acceptable quality.
- Click enqueue (and repeat 3->5 for multiple files)
- Click encode
- … wait …
- This will create .mp4 files; transfer those to your Mac
- Open iMovie, File -> Import -> Movies -> select the mp4 files
- … wait … A couple of hours
- Your movie should now be in iMovie, and you should be able to edit it
- Edit whatever you want to edit, share and export and have fun.
A little hint, if your video is cropped (parts cut off), click your movie sequence -> on the left corner of your sequence a little “gear” will appear -> Cropping & Rotation -> in your right display window click “fit” to make it full size.
Took me quite some time before I managed to do it, but hey, now I know… 😉